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Hi guys, I'd just finished building my turbo 9th gen Civic. Honestly, this was my first-time SOHC boosted experience as well. Previously, I was driving a N/A B16 Si before selling it for this FB.

I started this project by targeting at 300WHP. Here are what I had been through after spending approx. $12,000 budget.

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Engine

Traum Forged Pistions 81MM 9.0:1 CR
BC H-beam 4340 Forged Rods + ARP
BC Spring Valves
BL5 Stage Camshaft
NGK LASER Iridium Spark Plugs
PRO CNC Blockguard
R18 OEM Stock Gasket
AEP Portwork
SBK TD06SH-20RX + Billet Compressor Wheel
Oil Catch System (Tank, Line, AN Fitting)
Fuel Pressure Sensor
MAC Boost Solenoid Valve
Alluminium Radiator + 2 Denso Fans
Transimission
BK Twin Plate Racing Clutch + Flywheel
H.Drive 1.5 Way Metal LSD

Electronics
Maxxecu Sport Premium Package
Defi Advance BF Gauges
Defi Advance ZD
Defi Advance BF Boost 2.0

Intake & Exhaust
Stainless 3" Turbo Manifold & Exhaust Pipping
Turbo Smart Wastegate
HKS SQV Blow off valve
3.0" Intercooler
HYB Vaccum hose, Camp, AN Feed line
Streetmetal 3.0" Muffler
Ti + Aluminum Cold-air Intake Piping

Fuel System
Elixir 500L E85 Fuel Pump
850 cc DENSO Injectors
HYB Regulator 100 psi (SET)
HYB Fuel Filter Gasoline
HYB AN10 Feed Line + AN Fittings

Suspension
H.Drive Monotube Adjustable Coilover
OEM Front Brake Pads
RAYS GRAMSLIGHT 57C 17x8.5 ET+30
TOYO TIRES PROXES 888R 235/45/R17

Lubricant & Misc
PACER 5W50 (5 Litre)
Motul LSD MTF Gearbox Lube (2 Litre)
OEM Clutch Slave Cylinder
Greddy Oil Filter

Hope this info can be useful for those who aim to build boosted-R18 as well.

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Very interesting build. Not many are willing to build the R18, so that in itself is notable.

Not done looking through it yet, but the first thing I will offer in advice (If you don't plan to already) is some heat management around that turbo and downpipe. At the very least a heatshield to protect your COPs.
 

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Very interesting build. Not many are willing to build the R18, so that in itself is notable.

Not done looking through it yet, but the first thing I will offer in advice (If you don't plan to already) is some heat management around that turbo and downpipe. At the very least a heatshield to protect your COPs.
Heat really need to be restricted and managed, thx 4 the advice
 
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